Green Party Condemns Natural Gas Procedure

This week, the Green Party of Pennsylvania issued a statement calling for the abolition of hydraulic fracturing in natural gas Continue reading

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Rosa Clemente not Barack Obama - Hip Hop music from Some of All Parts


The following can be seen as an experiment in that it will employ the oscillation between various historical moments and events to illustrate various philosophical concepts. Since the event as a singularity that has a universal reach disrupts structures of meaning and makes everything apparent, then it would also be a great chance to portray theory in a way that can be easily grasped. Before these events were subsumed by the linear order of history, they were considered a sudden intrusion of reality that was not expected. At the point of these events, philosophy as a practice can deal directly with reality. In comparison, within the order of history, the philosophical analysis of reality is obscured by the mediation of structures. Though humans are always within structures and only understand reality through these structures, the event offers a small window in which to at least have a sense that there is more than the structural mediation of the experience of reality. Continue reading

Greens speak out on health care, comparing Obama & McCain's rejection of Single-Payer/Medicare For All with their endorsement of the $700 billion bailout for Wall Street

Green candidates and leaders, encouraged by an open letter from Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP), called the Green Continue reading


The Green Party, either on the local, state, or national level, has perfected strong constructive stands on issues over the years in the United States. We have become the focal point for new ideas that break outside of the restrictive box created by the two-party system. As an alternative political party with strong roots in activism, we have been the third element that has disrupted the homogenization and monopoly on power held by the binary opposition of Democrats and Republicans. Continue reading

Green Party National Women's Caucus challenges NOW to support the historic McKinney/Clemente presidential campaign

he National Women's Caucus ( of the Green Party of the United States has sent an open letter to Continue reading

Council At-Large candidate David Schwartzman urges steps to ensure DC services, fix the budget during the nation's economic crisis

David Schwartzman, DC Statehood Green Party candidate for City Council (At-Large) in Washington, DC, called for the city's 'rainy day' Continue reading

Cynthia McKinney Responds to Presidential Debates

Cynthia's written commentary will appear at the same time a video recording Continue reading

A Gift for a Generation: A U.S. Financial System of Our Own

By Cynthia McKinney, Green Party Presidential CandidateSeptember 25, 2008Last week, I posted ten points (that were by no means exhaustive) Continue reading

Green presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney will 'join the debate' via blog Friday evening

Green presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney will be blogging live at the web site of the 2008 Presidential Debates Project ( Continue reading

Cynthia McKinney ready to step in for McCain at Friday's debate

Green Party presidential nominee Cynthia McKinney has offered to debate Barack Obama if John McCain's opts out at this Friday's Continue reading

Rosa Clemente @ NYU!

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The financial meltdown requires far-reaching Green solutions, say Green Party leaders

Green Party leaders and candidates, including presidential nominee Cynthia McKinney, are calling for extensive measures and reforms to resolve the Continue reading

GPNYS says "Don't Execute Troy Davis"

UPDATE: The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday issued a stay of execution for Troy Anthony Davis less than two Continue reading

Green Party Presidential Candidate Cynthia McKinney Releases Statement on the Economic Crisis and Democracy

We the people must now seize the time! We have always had the capability of determining our own destiny, but Continue reading

Refusal by media, Democratic and Republican candidates to address election integrity raises danger of another stolen election in 2008, say Greens

The 2008 election is in danger of being compromised by vote manipulation and obstruction of voters, say Green candidates and Continue reading

DC Statehood Greens join protest against public property giveaways to developers, urge DC Council to pass the Thomas Bill (17-0527)

DC Statehood Green candidates and leaders called on Mayor Adrian Fenty and other District public officials to end their efforts Continue reading


By all accounts, this year is considered historic in terms of the presidential election. It has so far not only been a long campaign from start to its almost finish, but many firsts have been accomplished. Most of all, the spirit of competitiveness in the primary season has demonstrated something that goes beyond the actions, ideology, or policy of the Democratic or Republican party. The everyday voter wants something different, for things as they are have become nothing but a defacement of what we have idealized in our hearts of what this country could and should be. The big question is whether the troubles we have stem specifically from the Bush administration, or rather that those currently in power are an embodiment of a larger problem that strikes at the core of peace, ecology, justice, and democracy in our time. Those outside of the two-party system can illuminate this conundrum by showing that there are alternatives in this election to the status quo. Continue reading

Peter Camejo, social justice activist and Green Party gubernatorial candidate, dies at his Folsom home Saturday after long bout with cancer

Peter Camejo, three-time Green Party candidate for Governor and 2004 running mate with Ralph Nader in his independent run for Continue reading

Greens express support for Cynthia McKinney's call for a new investigation and release of 9/11 files, and for a Veterans For Peace resolution on US military policies and impeachment of Bush and Cheney

Green Party leaders expressed support for Green presidential nominee Cynthia McKinney's call for a new investigation of the 9/11 attacks Continue reading


[Press Release] Monday, September 8, 2008CONTACT: Gloria Mattera, Co-chair 917 886-4538 or email Peter LaVenia, Co-chair 518 463- 8653 Continue reading

Cynthia Mckinney & Rosa Clemente - Green Party Presidential & Vice Presidential Candidates On The Ballot In New York State

The Green Party of New York State is proud to have Cynthia McKinney & Rosa Clemente on the ballot as Continue reading

Greens condemn brutal 'police state' raids, arrests of peaceful protesters and journalists outside the GOP convention in St. Paul

Green Party leaders strongly condemned the brutal police assaults, raids, and arrests on dubious charges targeted at peaceful protesters gathering Continue reading


In order to go about with the business of empowerment, there must be an understanding that it is also an endeavor in immanence rather than transcendence. This also brings to light the relationship between reality and the structures that fill that reality. With this understanding one can look at the distinctions between law and democracy in a more precise way, being able to be fully aware how to successfully bring about empowerment on a political level. For any empowerment must occur on the political level since that is its function as a subset of the social field. Therefore, empowerment is not just particular actions toward a goal, but a general tearing down of a monolithic approach to reality and the human experience within it. If the taking apart is not accomplished, then there can only be the superficial appearance of empowerment for individuals and collectives. In other words, human empowerment must deconstruct all that seems beyond human reach and yet still controls human existence. Continue reading

Greens compare McKinney/Clemente and Obama/Biden on US war policies, impeachment, environment, and energy

Calling the Obama/Biden ticket the "faux antiwar" candidates, Green Party leaders urged national support and votes for the Green Party Continue reading